Eight monologues by Diane Di Prima, written at different times, and first assembled at the Cafe Cino. The monologues and performers are "Bacchanale", Sierra Bandit; "Freddie's monologue", Lee Fitzgerald; "Butterfly sprite", Edward Barton; "John's words", John Braden; "Zip code", Diane Di Prima; "Hand grenade", Alan Marlowe; "Did he go to the seaside", John Herbert MacDonald; "Humilities", James Waring; "Bacchanale", Terry King. The directors for the various performances include Alan Marlowe, the Three Stooges, James Waring, and John Braden. Technical direction by Richard Brause. "Chino Collage" by John Herbert McDowell. Produced for WBAI's The Mind's Eye Theatre by Baird Searles. Recording contains a sample tone for the first 20 seconds. This recording was formerly cataloged as BB3818.26.
1968-09-20; 1968-09-24; 1969-08-23
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Diane Di Prima, Author; Sierra Bandit, Performer; Edward Barton, Performer; John Braden, Director; Lee Fitzgerald, Performer; Terry King, Performer; John Herbert MacDowell, Music Composer; Alan Marlowe, Director; The Three Stooges, Director; James Waring, Director; Baird Searles, Producer; Richard Brause, Technical Director;